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Sunday, November 19, 2017
Premier & First Division Round Up

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PREMIER DIVISION

Flanagan's Onions 4 X-Road's 4


The Flanagan’s Onions and X-Road’s shared the spoils in a 8 goal thriller Paul Simons would score all four goals for X-Road’s as they led four times in the game only for the Flanagan’s Onions to equalize each time, Keston Lewis, Pete Robey, an own goal and a Omar Wilson goal in the final minute earned the home team a point.

PHC Zebras 7 Boulevard Blazers 0

The PHC Zebras scored seven unanswered goals against the Boulevard Blazers at the PHC Stadium. Tre Ming would lead the team with a hat-trick, while Cecoy Robinson added two goals, Rakeem Deshields and Marquel Waldron added a goal each.

Somerset Trojans 3 Devonshire Cougars 2

At the Somerset Cricket Club the Somerset Trojans picked up their first win of the season defeating the Devonshire Cougars 3 – 2. The Somerset Trojans had Justin Corday scoring twice with a single strike from Jeze Butterfield, while the Devonshire Cougars got single strikes from Machi Battersbee and Jawonday Smith.

Dandy Town Hornets 3 Social Club 1

At the St. John’s Field the Dandy Town Hornets defeated Young Men Social Club 3 – 1, Angelo Simmons scored twice for the home team who also got a strike from Damon Ming, while Clay Darrell scored the lone goal for Young Men Social Club.

FIRST DIVISION

BAA 5 St. David's 1


In the top of the table clash at the BAA Field, BAA defeated St. David’s 5 – 1. Morricko Iris led the way with a hat-trick, with Willie Clemons and Mical Hardtman adding a goal each. Dmitri Butterfield scored the lone goal for St. David’s.

St. George's Colts 0 Southampton Rangers 1

The lone goal of this game came from the penalty spot as Ezekiel Stoneham converted for the Southampton Rangers to defeat the St. George’s Colts 1 – 0 at the Wellington Oval.

Paget Lions 4 Devonshire Colts 0

At the Southampton Oval, Dion Stovell gave the Paget Lions the lead in the 6th minute against the Devonshire Colts, Jensen Rogers doubled the lead, Tahj wade would make it 3 – 0 to Paget and then DeMarlo Curtis closed out the scoring for the Paget Lions’ 4 – 0 win.

 
 
Saturday, November 18, 2017
English, First & Premier Division Round Up

Eagles - Wolves Action
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NAHKI WELLS

Nahki Wells was an unused substitute as Jack Cork helped heap the pressure on his former manager, Paul Clement, as Burnley swept aside Swansea 2-0 at Turf Moor.

Cork was handed his England debut against Germany last week and continued making memories by nodding home the first goal against his former club, underlining Clement's increasingly curious decision to let him go in the summer.

Ashley Barnes followed up with a rocket of a strike that caught everyone by surprise, handing the upwardly mobile Clarets their third win in a row and plunging Swansea into the kind of relegation trough that leaves managers looking nervously over their shoulder.

REGGIE LAMBE

Reggie Lambe’s teammate Clint Hill's header proved enough for Carlisle to pick up a 1-0 win at Grimsby.

The former QPR defender struck midway through the second half to give Keith Curle's side all three points at Blundell Park.

After a scoreless first half, Carlisle went close after the break when Lambe's cross form the right found Hallam Hope, and the striker's header forced James McKeown to tip the ball over.

There was nothing the goalkeeper could do though when Hill met Gary Liddle's cross from the right, and flicked his header in at the near post to give the visitors the victory.

FIRST DIVISION

Somerset Eagles 3 Wolves 0


The Somerset Eagles picked up three points with a 3 – 0 win over Wolves at the White Hill Field.

Somerset Eagles took the lead in the 35th minute when Marcus Iris Simmons scored, Cardell Henry doubled the Somerset Eagles lead when he outpaced the Wolves defense and rounded an advancing Steven Bremar in goal for Wolves and scored into an empty net. In the 72nd minute Bremar would do well to save a shot diving to his right but the rebound was put away by D’Andre Wainwright making it 3 – 0.

PREMIER DIVISION

Robin Hood 2 North Village Rams 5


The North Village Rams spoiled Robin Hood’s attempt of taking over the leadership of the Premier Division when they from 2 – 1 down at the half time break to score four unanswered sec goals to win 5 – 2.

Antwan Russell gave Robin Hood the lead when he scored in the 25th minute, but Keishen Bean would equalize for the North Village Rams four minutes later. Robin Hood would go back in front in the 33rd minute when Lejuan Simmons scored.

Five minutes into the second half Bean would draw the North Village Rams level again and then two minutes later they would take their first lead of the game when Shayne Hollis scored, Bean would complete his hat-trick in the 54th minute to make it 4 – 2 and in injury time Hollis would score his second to make the final score 5 – 2.

 
 
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Wells Picks up Minor Injury

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Nahki Wells picked up a minor injury in Burnley's training ground fixture with Oldham on Tuesday, but Sean Dyche was delighted with Dean Marney's sharpness.

Burnley gave several of their fringe first team players a run out in a 2-2 draw with Oldham, but Wells was withdrawn after 70 minutes as he still searches for a senior debut following his £5million move from Huddersfield Town on deadline day.

"Nahki played in the week and got a minor knock, that's all it was. The others came through it well," Clarets boss Dyche said.
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Wells Plays Behind Closed Doors in Burnley Draw

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Half a dozen senior players including Nahki Wells benefited from a competitive outing for Burnley against an Oldham Athletic side in a bounce game at the Barnfield Training Centre which ended in a 2-2 draw.

Full-backs Phil Bardsley and Charlie Taylor both got some useful game-time into their legs behind a midfield in which Ashley Westwood and Dean Marney played for 90 minutes.

Wells topped up his match fitness with a lively 70-minute run-out, while Anders Lindegaard completed the first-team involvement as boss Sean Dyche took the chance to keep as many of his squad as possible up to full speed with a busy Premier League programme to come before the turn of the year.

Burnley came from behind to lead 2-1 with goals from substitute Tinashe Chakwana and Freddie Ulvestad before Oldham – who also included a number of first-teamers – equalized with almost the last kick of the game.

Burnley had the better of the opening half, Bardsley getting forward to fire over with the first chance of the game with a quarter of an hour gone.

And Wells then saw an effort saved after being played in by Tunde Bayode.

Wells looked sharp as he continues to push for a first taste of Premier League action and after being released by a quick free-kick from Marney located the target with an angled drive which was pushed round the post.

Second-year scholar Dwight McNeil was given a further outing among the more senior ranks and delivered a sweet cross which Harry Flowers headed over the top as the Clarets again went close to opening the scoring before the break.

But Oldham started the second half positively and went ahead from the penalty spot after Marney – who again impressed as he took a further step along the comeback trail – fouled Courtney Duffus.

The former Everton youngster took the spot-kick himself to make it 1-0 but the Clarets hit back and leveled with 20 minutes to go.

An excellent through-ball from Ulvestad released Chakwana and the winger, a half-time replacement for Bayode, took his chance to slot home.

The Clarets looked to be finishing the stronger and went in front when Ulvestad powerfully headed home a cross from substitute Harry Limb with five minutes to go.

But in stoppage time Oldham made it 2-2 when Temi Obadeyi got away down the right-hand side and crossed for Darius Osei to tap home.
Monday, November 13, 2017
Hamilton Parish Fail to Field A Team

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Hamilton Parish 0 St. George’s Colts 0

This First Division match between the St. George’s Colts and Hamilton Parish at the Wellington Oval a home match for tenants Hamilton Parish was not played.

Hamilton Parish failed to field a team for the match, we now await the Bermuda Football Association’s ruling on the match, but in the past points are awarded to a team that shows.
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